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Hatteberg's People - Loyall Newell

Updated: 04/04/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, Loyall Newell of Clay Center may know more about pool and billiards than anyone else, except for his son Joe. That's because he's lived that game most of his life.

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Hatteberg's People - Ann Parr

Updated: 03/20/2011 - On Hatteberg's People - When generations merge good things happen. And it is, right now happing in Lindsborg, Kansas. Ann Parr had an idea for a book project. The idea was to have students interview the generation that experienced WWII. She thought both might gain insight, and more important, some history might be saved. History from the mouths of the people who lived it.

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Hatteberg's People - Beatrice Doane

Updated: 03/13/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, most of us have multiple jobs during our working career, but that doesn't apply to one Kansas woman who could be setting a record.

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Hatteberg's People - Berry Harris

Posted: 03/06/2011 - On Hatteberg’s People, his name is Berry Harris. He’s a blues’ player. Been so all his life.

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Hatteberg's People - Annette Karr

Updated: 02/21/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, McPherson resident Annette Karr found an unlikely friend who has become her hero. He is 'Wink' the one-eyed wonder dog and his story his changing lives in McPherson. But his life on this planet was originally in doubt.

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Hatteberg's People - Bill Wing

Posted: 02/13/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, before the internet, before video games, before irresistible digital technology took our attention away, there was old-fashioned model building.

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Hatteberg's People - 'Pages' The Cat

Posted: 02/06/2011 - On Hatteberg's People--a slight modification, let's make it Hatteberg's People....and a cat. It seems that last Summer a cat was found outside the door of the Valley Center Library.

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Hatteberg's People - 'Gibbo'

Posted: 01/30/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, we don't think much about leather anymore. We use it of course, but not like they did in the old days. That's why a leather shop is becoming part of history rather than the future.

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Hatteberg's People - Lenora Graham

Posted: 01/23/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, this is a simple story, but one worth telling because the woman involved is one of those upbeat members of the older generation who is ageless.

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Hatteberg's People - Harold Tilton

Posted: 01/16/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, a fascination with the military and his own experience in the Korean War has given Harold Tilton of Sterling, a love of military history.

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Hatteberg's People - Bob Greer

Updated: 01/09/2011 - Small town newspapers sometimes carry the personality of the editor. Such is the case in Protection, Kansas. Bob Greer edits the newspaper there. For 25 years and a lifetime before that, he's been doing what he loved.

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Hatteberg's People - Maria Bumgardner

Updated: 01/02/2011 - On Hatteberg's People, when history is written of small Kansas towns, Maria Bumgardner will most certainly have her own chapter. She lives in Elmdale, Kansas -- still works in Elmdale, Kansas with a little help from her friends.

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Hatteberg’s People - Rolly Williams

Updated: 12/26/2010 - On Hatteberg’s People, on this Christmas holiday weekend, it's time to visit and remember old friends who touched our lives.

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Hatteberg's People - Bill Kastner

Updated: 12/13/2010 - On Hatteberg's People, Wichitan Bill Kastner is an electrical engineer, whose work has helped the hearing impaired all over the world. For years, he was quiet about it he gave a speech to a Wichita church group and it was only then that his friends found it he had designed closed-captioning for the hearing impaired. Now that is used in every television around the world.

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Hatteberg's People - Steve Conard & Steve Harmon

Posted: 12/05/2010 - On Hatteberg's People, how many times have you looked around your town and wondered what used to be on a particular corner? Well, Steve Harmon and Steve Conard don't have to wonder anymore, at least in Hutchinson.

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Hatteberg's People - Dean Holbert

Posted: 11/07/2010 - If you just 'live' life, that can get a little boring. But if you really LIVE life like Dan Holbert of rural Concordia, Kansas, then everything around you holds a story and a tale.

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Hatteberg's People - Bill and Susan Bunyan

Posted: 10/31/2010 - Everybody needs a goal. Bill Bunyan of Dodge City found his. By eating a hamburger and a steak in every Kansas county, he learned more about the state and its people.

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Hatteberg's People - Rosie Hughes

Updated: 10/25/2010 - History is recorded sometimes by accident. Rosie Hughes and her husband Leon, worked for decades taking pictures in the black community.

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Hatteberg's People - Kay Hettenbach

Updated: 10/17/2010 - On Hatteberg's People, Kay Hettenbach is planning to retire. No particular reason, other than it just feels like its time. If you don't recognize the name, you'll certainly recognize her place of business.

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Jim Lehrer One On One

Updated: 10/11/2010 - It is not often you talk with people who are internationally known television journalists, and it is not often that person is from Wichita.

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Hatteberg's People - Jim Lehrer

Updated: 10/10/2010 - On Hatteberg's People, this series usually isn't about people who are famous or internationally known.

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